Lori Loughlin sat down with 'Good Morning America' this morning where she confirmed that she'll be bringing her character of
Becky BACK to the Netflix reboot 'Fuller House'.
While it was heavily rumored for quite a while, it's nice to finally hear her confirm it. Loughlin spoke about her return, saying:
“It’ll be really great to be back with the whole cast,”
“It’ll be a lot of fun… We’ll come back and do the first episode, and then maybe throughout the season we’ll come back and pop up here and there."
Lori's on-screen husband John Stamos revealed that all (almost) of the former cast would be returning for the premiere, and then be popping in for the remainder of the first season. Dave Coulier has already confirmed his appearances as Joey, and while he's expected to appear as well, Bob Saget has yet to confirm.
The series/reboot will now follow the lives of DJ Tanner (Bure), sister Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and best friend Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber).
Lori did also speak about Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen's decisions to not return to the series as Michelle Tanner:
"We would have loved it. It would have been great,”
"But I understand."
When the Netflix series was first announced, Lori Loughlin revealed she had been in talks to reprise her character, but nothing was confirmed at the time. Her announcement comes a week after star of the reboot Candace Cameron Bure (DJ) said all of the cast would be back for the first episode.
You can watch the interview below:
Are you guys excited to have Lori back as Aunt Becky?
Or are you still bummed about the Olsen twins not returning?